A rendering of Clark’s Market’s 25,000-square-foot grocery store to be built at the corner of Lowry Boulevard and Pontiac Street. (Courtesy of Confluent Development)

Mountain town grocer to join Target in new Lowry retail complex

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A grocer operating in ski towns on the Western Slope has chosen the Lowry neighborhood for its first Front Range location.

Aspen-based Clark’s Market will join Target as co-anchors of the Exchange at Boulevard One retail complex under construction at the southwest corner of First Avenue and Quebec Street in Lowry, the project’s developers said Tuesday.

Clark’s, which specializes in organic and gourmet options, has signed a lease for 25,000 square feet of custom-built grocery space at the corner of Lowry Boulevard and Pontiac Street.

Exchange at Boulevard One is being developed by Englewood-based Kelmore Development and Denver-based Confluent Development.

Boulder County-based Lucky’s Market originally intended to build a store within the project, but abandoned its plans in January 2020 shortly before filing for bankruptcy and shuttering most of its stores around the country. Lucky’s sold the land back in May.

Target then confirmed in October that it will open where Lucky’s planned to operate. The Minneapolis-based retailer is taking 30,000 square feet of space at 93 N. Quebec St. for a small-format store, about a quarter the size of the company’s typical stores.

This will be Clark’s seventh location in Colorado, joining ones in Crested Butte, Telluride, Snowmass Village and other communities.

Clark’s Market’s new location will feature a bakery, meat department, and a large fresh fish ice table. The in-store deli will offer chef-prepared meals, fresh cheeses, stone-fired pizza and gelato. It will also offer draft beer for shoppers on-site.

In addition to Clark’s Market, the developers on Tuesday announced five newly signed tenants: California-based Pacific Dental Services, F45 Training, Mountain View Pain Center, and Blue Sky Nails & Lash.

Previously announced Exchange at Boulevard One retail tenants are SCL Health, Sushi Ronin, Mod Pizza, YogaSix and Logan House Coffee, according to Kelmore and Confluent.

This story first ran on BusinessDen.com, a BizWest news partner.

A grocer operating in ski towns on the Western Slope has chosen the Lowry neighborhood for its first Front Range location.

Aspen-based Clark’s Market will join Target as co-anchors of the Exchange at Boulevard One retail complex under construction at the southwest corner of First Avenue and Quebec Street in Lowry, the project’s developers said Tuesday.

Clark’s, which specializes in organic and gourmet options, has signed a lease for 25,000 square feet of custom-built grocery space at the corner of Lowry Boulevard and Pontiac Street.

Exchange at Boulevard One is being developed by Englewood-based Kelmore Development and Denver-based Confluent Development.

Boulder County-based Lucky’s Market originally intended to build a store within the project, but abandoned its plans in January 2020 shortly before filing for bankruptcy and shuttering most of its stores around the country. Lucky’s sold the land back in May.

Target then confirmed in October that it will open where Lucky’s planned to operate. The Minneapolis-based retailer is taking 30,000 square feet of space at 93 N. Quebec St. for a small-format store, about a quarter the size of the company’s typical stores.

This will be Clark’s seventh location in Colorado, joining ones in Crested Butte, Telluride, Snowmass Village and other communities.

Clark’s Market’s new location will feature a bakery, meat department, and a large fresh fish ice table. The in-store deli will offer chef-prepared meals, fresh cheeses, stone-fired pizza and gelato. It will also offer draft beer for shoppers on-site.

In addition to Clark’s Market, the…